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CIOB | What does it take to become a Chartered Environmentalist?

The built environment particularly has a critical role to play in reducing greenhouse gases and tackling the climate and biodiversity emergencies the planet is facing. There is a pressing need for more chartered environmentalists and for all built environment specialists to keep up with key legislation.

Emma Nicholson, FCIOB, CEnv, FIEMA, FAPM
principal sustainability project manager, Pick Everard

This article from the CIOB’s Construction Management magazine features four Chartered Environmentalists who have gained their CEnv registration via the Institute.

Find out more about their experiences and advice by reading the full article.

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CIOB is a Licensed Member of the Society for the Environment

This means CIOB members with the required levels of environmental expertise can become a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv). Find out more via the links below.

Useful links:

CIOB CEnv Construction Management magazine